The viaLibri website requires cookies to work properly. You can find more information in our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy.

Displayed below are some selected recent viaLibri matches for books published in 1726
2019-07-09 14:24:41
SWIFT, Johnathan.
London Printed for Benj. Motte at the Middle Temple-Gate in Fleet-Street. FIRST EDITION IN 4 PARTS, SECOND and THIRD ISSUE 1726, MIXED SET, VOLUME 1, TEERINK AA , VOLUME 2, TEERINK B EDITION. Volume 1 has all the misprints listed in Teerink, page 198, Volume 2, parts 3 and 4 has the misprints corrected. 8vo, approximately 200 x 120 mm, 7¾ x 4¾ inches, portrait frontispiece to Volume 1 (in second state), 6 engraved plates (5 maps and plans and the wonderful word machine). General title page in Volume 1, and a title page to each part, pages: Volume 1, xii, 1 - 148, [6], [1] - 164; Volume 2, [6], 1 - 154, [8], 155 - 353, last page blank, woodcut head and tail pieces, contemporary full calf, gilt volume numbers and gilt double rules between raised bands to spines, no labels, double gilt rules to edges of covers. Bindings rubbed, hinges cracked but covers still holding, small chips to head and tail of spines, slight shelf wear to edges and corners, tip of upper corner of first map in Volume 1 slightly frayed , not affecting image. Volume 2 has a small neat ink number to top margins up to page 59, 14 pages have old ink vertical line in margins, 2 are large, the others small, not affecting text, 1 small ink correction in margin, 2 small ink lines through text, all text legible, 4 pages have minor worming to outer margins, pale age - browning throughout, 1 leaf has pale stains to lower outer margins, not affecting text, 2 pages have pale stains, see attached image, a few other occasionl spots and tiny stains, old ink name on first free endpaper of Volume 2, otherwise a very good se … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Roger Middleton P.B.F.A. [Oxford, United Kingdom]
2019-07-08 20:46:17
Dresden: Cours de Chymie oder: Der vollkommene Chymist 1726 Zwei Teile in einem Band Cours de Chymie, oder der vollkomene Chymist, welcher die in der Medicin gebräuchlichen Chymischen Prozeße auf die leichtete und heilsamste Art machen lernt. Zwei Teile in einem Band Lemery, Nicolas. Verlag: Dresden, J.J. Winckler 1726Das Buch hat 7 Kufertafeln, 6 bildlich und 1 mit TextBand I. 652 SeitenBand 2. 390 Seitenplus 24 Seiten RegisterInnenteil sehr sauber, keine Stockflecken, nur der Buchwurm war an einigen Stellen Seite 36 bis Seite 68 oben rechts keine Textbeeinflussung, Seite 156 bis Seite 175 rechts oben minimal Text nicht beienflusst, Seite 437 bis Seite 568 rechts oben keine Textbeienflussung Einband Hartkarton Rücken und Ecken mit Leder überzogen, Einband starke Abnutzungspuren, Inneneil sehr sauber, oberflächig gereinigt, bis auf den Bücherwurm, im oberen Teil an einigen Stellen für das Alter gut erhalten Gebrauchspuren siehe Scann. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: muttle-17 [Albbruck, DE]
2019-07-07 17:32:23
Antonio José de Alvarez Abreu, Marqués de la REGAL
Madrid: Imprenta de Antonio Marin. Antique, authentic, original edition, see the photos, 1 edition , year 1726 very rare book. Antonio José de Alvarez Abreu, Marqués de la REGALIA. Victima real legal, discurso unico juridico-historico-politico, sobre que las vacantes mayores, y menores de las iglesias de las Indias Occidentales, pertenecen à la Corona de Castilla, y Leon, con pleno, y absoluto Dominio. Published by Madrid, Imprenta de Antonio Marin, 1726. Title in red and black within type metal border, sm folio, limp vellum (outer margin of title frayed; some staining in text) Madrid 1726 *** FIRST EDITION, defending the Spanish Crown's right to income from vacant positions in the churches of America. Alvarez Abreu (1688-1756), a member of the Consejo and Camara de Indias, Minister of the Juntas Generales de Tabaco, Comercio, & Moneda, Asiento de Negros, and one of the most learned jurisconsults of Spain, was rewarded for this work with a pension of a thousand ducats and the title of Marquis de la Regalía. The second edition appeared in Madrid, 1769.***.
Bookseller: forestequijo [Maracaibo, VE]
2019-07-07 10:44:22
Marquise de Sévigné
Rare. Bel exemplaire. Marquise de Sévigné (Marie de Rabutin-Chantal). Lettres (1726). Rare édition primitive. Contrefaçon de l'édition de Rouen parue la même années. Bel exemplaire. Marquise de Sévigné (Marie de Rabutin-Chantal). Lettres de Marie Rabutin-Chantal, Marquise de Sévigné, à Madame la Comtesse de Grignan sa fille. Tome premier et deuxième (complet). Sans nom, sans lieu (Rouen), 1726. 2 tomes reliés en 1 volumes in-12 (17 x 10 cm - Hauteur des marges : 162 mm), pages de titre imprimées en rouge et noir, vignette gravée sur bois sur les titres (différentes pour chaque titre) de 1 feuillet de titre, 271 pages (dont 14 pages de préface, ce premier tome contient 74 lettres de Mme de Sévigné, précédées de 4 lettres de M. de Coulanges) et 1 feuillet de titre, 220 pages pour le deuxième tome (contient les lettres 75 à 134, soit 60 lettres). Exemplaire grand de marges. Reliure plein veau brun, dos à nerfs orné aux petits fers dorés, pièce de titre de maroquin rouge (reliure strictement de l'époque). Exemplaire en belle condition. Coiffe supérieure arasée, mors partiellement fendillé sans gravité, quelques frottements et marques sans gravité, intérieur très frais, sans rousseurs. Contrefaçon rare de l'édition de Rouen en gros caractères parue la même année. On sait que la première édition des lettres de Mme de Sévigné date de 1725 et a été donnée subrepticement en une mince plaquette de 75 pages regroupant seulement quelques lettres pour la plupart incorrectement retranscrites et fragmentaires (31 fragments). Cette première édition rarissime et quasi mythique n'était connu … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: LIBRAIRIE ANCIENNE HUGONNARD-ROCHE (lamourquibouquine) [Alise Ste Reine, FR]
2019-07-05 22:28:11
Madame de Sévigné Rabutin Chantal
1726. La plus rare des éditions anciennes des Lettres de la marquise de Sévigné (La Haye, Neaulme et Gosse, 1726). « cette édition est d'une très grande rareté. ». Bel exemplaire. MARQUISE DE SÉVIGNÉ (MARIE DE RABUTIN-CHANTAL) LETTRES DE MADAME RABUTIN-CHANTAL, MARQUISE DE SÉVIGNÉ, à Madame la comtesse de Grignan, sa fille. Tome premier et deuxième (complet). A La Haye, chez P. Gosse, J. Neaulme & comp., 1726. 2 volumes in-12 (16,5 x 10,5 cm) de (20)-344-(1) et (2)-298-(13) pages. Titres imprimés en rouge et noir. Reliures plein vélin ivoire à couture apparentes, pièces de titre de cuir rouge aux dos, tranches rouges. Reliure récente à l'imitation des reliures hollandaises du temps. Intérieur en très bon état, frais malgré quelques rousseurs sans gravité par endroits. IMPORTANTE ÉDITION EN PARTIE ORIGINALE. TRÈS RARE ÉDITION HOLLANDAISE PARUE LA MÊME ANNÉE QUE L'ÉDITION ORIGINALE EN GROS CARACTÈRE PUBLIÉE A ROUEN, MAIS CONTENANT 43 LETTRES OU FRAGMENTS DE LETTRES DE PLUS. Cette édition, postérieure de quelques semaines ou quelques mois à celle de Rouen et à ses contrefaçons, contient 177 lettres ou fragments de lettres ; le tome 1 se termine par la lettre XCV. Les 4 lettres à Coulanges sont ici rejetées au tome II (p. 235 à 244). Cette impression reproduit, avec quelques variantes, la préface de l'édition de Rouen et la fait précéder d'un avertissement de 8 pages qui fait la critique de l'édition antérieure de la même année et relève les avantages de la nouvelle. La comparaison du contenu de l'une et l'autre des premières éditions (Rouen et La Haye) ne permet guère de doute … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: LIBRAIRIE ANCIENNE HUGONNARD-ROCHE (lamourquibouquine) [Alise Ste Reine, FR]
2019-07-05 02:37:37
CICERON Marcus Tullius
- Chez Jacques Estienne, A Paris 1726, In-12 (10,16,3cm), (4) LXI (1) 237pp. (8), relié. - Erstausgabe der Ausgabe und Übersetzung von Villefore. Einband vollmarokko rot langkörnig ca 1800. Glatter Rücken mit 5 Blümchen und Rädern verziert. Titelstück von rotem Marokko. Dreifaches Rahmennetz auf dem Geschirr. Binnenfries. Goldene Scheiben. Leichte Reibungsspuren. Sehr schönes Exemplar, perfekt etabliert. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale de l'édition et traduction de Villefore. Reliure en plein maroquin rouge à grains longs ca 1800. Dos lisse orné de 5 fleurons et de roulettes. Pièce de titre de maroquin rouge. Triple filet d'encadrement sur les plats. Frise intérieure. Tranches dorées. Légères traces de frottement. Le dernier feuillet contenant le privilège se trouve contrecollé sur le précédent, il est lisible en transparence et à l'envers. Très bel exemplaire, parfaitement établi. Longue préface de Villefore sur le sujet du livre, l'histoire de l'éloquence chez les Grecs et les Romains, sur Cicéron et la traduction. Les notes qui émaillent l'ouvrage sont également du traducteur. Sur la page de garde, 2 strophes en vers manuscrites sur l'éloquence.
Bookseller: Librairie Feu Follet [FR]
Check availability:
2019-07-01 20:57:50
1726. La plus rare des éditions anciennes des Lettres de la marquise de Sévigné (La Haye, Neaulme et Gosse, 1726). Bel exemplaire en condition d'époque. Rarissime. MARQUISE DE SÉVIGNÉ (MARIE DE RABUTIN-CHANTAL) LETTRES DE MADAME RABUTIN-CHANTAL, MARQUISE DE SÉVIGNÉ, à Madame la comtesse de Grignan, sa fille. Tome premier et deuxième (complet). A La Haye, chez P. Gosse, J. Neaulme & comp., 1726. 2 volumes in-12 (17 x 11 cm) de (18/20)-344-(1) et (2)-298-(13) pages. Titres imprimés en rouge et noir. 2 feuillets manquant entre l'avertissement et la préface (manque la fin de l'avertissement et le début de la préface). Reliure plein veau brun de l'époque, dos à nerfs orné aux petits fers, pièce de titre. Premières gardes renouvelées. Notre exemplaire a été relié à l'époque sans deux feuillets au début du volume faisant partie de l'avertissement et de la préface. Aucune de trace d'arrachage. Quelques traces et usures à la reliure sans gravité, légère usure à l'extrémité de la coiffe supérieure, coins frottés. La page de titre du tome 1 présente des écritures anciennes à l'encre (ex libris), une tache d'encre au bas, ainsi que quelques traits de plume au verso. Quelques rares et légères salissures à l'intérieur du volume. Exemplaire néanmoins très frais. IMPORTANTE ÉDITION EN PARTIE ORIGINALE. TRÈS RARE ÉDITION HOLLANDAISE PARUE LA MÊME ANNÉE QUE L'ÉDITION ORIGINALE EN GROS CARACTÈRE PUBLIÉE A ROUEN, MAIS CONTENANT 43 LETTRES OU FRAGMENTS DE LETTRES DE PLUS. EXEMPLAIRE INCOMPLET DE 2 FEUILLETS DANS LES PIÈCES LIMINAIRES (voir descriptif). Cette édition, postérieure de quelques sem … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: LIBRAIRIE ANCIENNE HUGONNARD-ROCHE (lamourquibouquine) [Alise Ste Reine, FR]
2019-06-28 18:14:33
Shelvocke, George (1675-1742
Printed for J. Senex; W. and J. Innys, J. Osborn and T. Longman, 1726. First Edition. Hardcover. "Captains Shelvocke and Clipperton led a privately financed privateering expedition to attack Spanish shipping. Shelvocke gave his superior officer the slip in a storm and proceeded to Brazil and thence to the west coast of South America, where in two months he sacked Payta, Peru, and captured several small prizes. His vessel, the Speedwell, was wrecked at Juan Fernandez Island, but a ship was built out of the wreckage, and he sailed up the coast to Baja California. After crossing the Pacific via Guam and Macao, Shelvocke returned to England, where he was accussed of piracy and embezzlement, and then acquitted. He soon left for the Continent a wealthy man. Shelvocke wrote this account, in part, as a vindication of his conduct. In it he mentions the gold of California and the guano of Peru, more than a hundred years before their rediscovery in the 19th century. An incident in the narrative describing the passage around Cape Horn, in which a sailor kills an albatross, is said to have inspired Coleridge's Rime of the Ancient Mariner" (Hill 1557). 468 p. with a folding world map that depicts California as an island, four plates (two folding), title page vignette, and decorative head and tail pieces, and initials. Octavo. In a period one-half black calf over marbled paper binding, with gilt stamping and five raised bands. An ink presentation inscription from C.J. Capron to C.H.W. Capron of California on a prefatory blank leaf is dated May 1841. A bit of foxing to the plates, the pref … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Johnson Rare Books (johnsonrarebooks) [Covina, California, US]
2019-06-28 10:23:41
Benito Geronimo Feijoo
Madrid, 1726. L.H.- LITERATURA HISPANOAMERICANA. LITERATURA. HUMANIDADES. ILUSTRACIÓN. Son los 8 tomos del THEATRO CRITICO UNIVERSAL O DISCURSOS VARIOS EN TODO GENERO DE MATERIAS PARA EL DESENGAÑO DE ERRORES COMUNES y el Tomo de ILUSTRACION APOLOGETICA AL PRIMERO Y SEGUNDO TOMO DEL THEATRO CRITCO haciendo el total de 9 tomos de la obra completa. El tomo Priemro es en primera edición. Palau cita que esta es la primera impresión de los escritos del Teatro Universal una vez que se termino de reimprmirse las diferentes recopilaciones durante los años en los que iban siendo escritos siendo, por tanto, la primera vez que se editan completos superando la dificultad de reunirlos hasta esta impresión. Incluimos también, el tomo 9, la ILUSTRACIÓN APOLOGETICA AL PRIMERO Y SEGUNDO TOMO DEL THEATRO CRITICO. Encuadernación de la época en media piel con cartoné tintado formando un conjunto compacto. Rozaduras y pequeñas perdidas en alguno de los lomos. Tejuelos, hierros y letras doradas en los lomos. Cortes jaspeados. Colofones y cenefas xilográficas. En el tomo 8 octavo figura una censura parcialmente retirada, afectando un parrafo del discurso sobre la coveniencia del baile. Se podría retirar sin dificultad pero creemos preferible dejarla como curiosidad. Tom I. Imprenta de Lorenzo Francisco Mojados, Madrid 1726. Este tomo es primera edición. Mancha de antigua tinta en los márgenes de las páginas 265 a 279. Corto de márgenes. 20+384 páginas. Tomo II, Imprenta de los Herederos de Francisco del Hierro, Madrid 1752. Buen papel. 37+407 páginas. Tomo III Imprenta Herederos de Francisco Del H … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: La Bodega Literaria [Urueña, Spain]
2019-06-28 06:23:03
Trial; Desrues, Claude Nicolas, Abbe
1726. London: printed for E. Curll, 1726. London: printed for E. Curll, 1726. "Rapes Upon 133 Virgins" [Trial]. Desrues, Claude Nicolas, Abbe, Dfendant. The Case of Seduction: Being, An Account of the Late Proceedings at Paris, As Well Ecclesiastical as Civil, Against the Reverend Abbee, Claudius Nicholas des Rues, For Committing Rapes Upon 133 Virgins. Containing I. The Canon and Civil-Law Relating to the Two Kinds of Rapes. First, The Rape of Violence. Secondly, The Rape of Seduction: With the Opinions of the Doctors Thereupon. II. The Several Depositions Exhibited Against Monsieur Des Rues: And His Defence. Translated from the French Original by Mr. Rogers. London: Printed for E. Curll, 1726. xii, 90; [2], 58 pp. Two parts. The second has separate pagination and drop-head title beginning The Mandate of His Eminency Cardinal de Noailles, Archbishop of Paris. 12mo. (6-1/4" x 3-3/4"). Nineteenth-century three-quarter calf over marbled boards, rebacked, gilt title to spine, endpapers renewed. Spine ends and corners lightly bumped, small owner bookplate to front pastedown. Moderate toning, faint dampstaining to lower corner of text block, light foxing in a few places light soiling and edgewear to title page. $2,000. * A landmark in Curll's controversial and provocative publishing history, it was published shortly after the second edition of The Nun in Her Smock and the public warning to Curll that further publications of his deemed obscene or pornographic would be prosecuted under the libel laws. "Curll tried to weaken any sentiment there was against him by printing a public … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. [US]
Check availability:
2019-06-27 13:50:12
Trial; Desrues, Claude Nicolas, Abbe
1726. London: printed for E. Curll, 1726. "Rapes Upon 133 Virgins" [Trial]. Desrues, Claude Nicolas, Abbe, Dfendant. The Case of Seduction: Being, An Account of the Late Proceedings at Paris, As Well Ecclesiastical as Civil, Against the Reverend Abbee, Claudius Nicholas des Rues, For Committing Rapes Upon 133 Virgins. Containing I. The Canon and Civil-Law Relating to the Two Kinds of Rapes. First, The Rape of Violence. Secondly, The Rape of Seduction: With the Opinions of the Doctors Thereupon. II. The Several Depositions Exhibited Against Monsieur Des Rues: And His Defence. Translated from the French Original by Mr. Rogers. London: Printed for E. Curll, 1726. xii, 90; [2], 58 pp. Two parts. The second has separate pagination and drop-head title beginning The Mandate of His Eminency Cardinal de Noailles, Archbishop of Paris. 12mo. (6-1/4" x 3-3/4"). Nineteenth-century three-quarter calf over marbled boards, rebacked, gilt title to spine, endpapers renewed. Spine ends and corners lightly bumped, small owner bookplate to front pastedown. Moderate toning, faint dampstaining to lower corner of text block, light foxing in a few places light soiling and edgewear to title page. $2,000. * A landmark in Curll's controversial and provocative publishing history, it was published shortly after the second edition of The Nun in Her Smock and the public warning to Curll that further publications of his deemed obscene or pornographic would be prosecuted under the libel laws. "Curll tried to weaken any sentiment there was against him by printing a public apology, together with a promise to … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. [USA]
2019-06-27 08:56:07
1726. Notre blog : https://librairie-trois-plumes.blogspot.fr/ Notre mail : benoit@troisplumes.fr R.P. Dom Jacques Alexandre, bénédictin de la Congrégation de Saint Maur, Traité du Flux et Reflux de la mer, où l'on explique d'une manière nouvelle & simple, la nature, les causes, & les particularitez de ce Phénomène ; & qui a remporté le prix au jugement de l'Académie de Bourdeaux, le premier May 1726. Paris, Babuty, 1726. In-12, XIV-[8]-176-5p & 6 planches dépliantes. Edition originale et unique de ce petit ouvrage intéressant malgré une hypothèse bizarre (dixit Jérôme de La Lande, Traité du flux et du reflux de la mer, 1781), qu'Alexandre a emprunté à Jean-Baptiste Baliani : la Terre tournerait autour de la Lune en un mois. La Lande considère cette hypothèse frivole, comme d'autres, et il ne faut donc pas y prêter attention. Néanmoins, monsieur de Mairan a pris la peine de la réfuter. Toutefois, cet ouvrage a un réel intérêt scientifique puisque malgré l'hypothèse frivole, l'ouvrage obtint un prix de l'Académie de Bordeaux. L'ouvrage contient 6 planches dépliantes dont 2 ont des parties mobiles liées par un petit fil et une troisième planche est en deux parties. L'ouvrage est complet de toutes ses planches et parties mobiles. Alexandre (1653-1734) est aussi l'auteur d'un ouvrage estimé sur l'horlogerie. Reliure pleine basane de l'époque, dos à nerfs orné, pièce de titre maroquin. Epidermures, manques aux coiffes, pièce de titre moderne, gardes renouvelées, papier uniformément jauni avec petite mouillure marginale. Ouvrage rare, complet.
Bookseller: Librairie Trois Plumes (librairie_trois_plumes) [Angers, FR]
2019-06-27 06:25:37
Trial; Desrues, Claude Nicolas, Abbe
London: printed for E. Curll, 1726. "Rapes Upon 133 Virgins" [Trial]. Desrues, Claude Nicolas, Abbe, Dfendant. The Case of Seduction: Being, An Account of the Late Proceedings at Paris, As Well Ecclesiastical as Civil, Against the Reverend Abbee, Claudius Nicholas des Rues, For Committing Rapes Upon 133 Virgins. Containing I. The Canon and Civil-Law Relating to the Two Kinds of Rapes. First, The Rape of Violence. Secondly, The Rape of Seduction: With the Opinions of the Doctors Thereupon. II. The Several Depositions Exhibited Against Monsieur Des Rues: And His Defence. Translated from the French Original by Mr. Rogers. London: Printed for E. Curll, 1726. xii, 90; [2], 58 pp. Two parts. The second has separate pagination and drop-head title beginning The Mandate of His Eminency Cardinal de Noailles, Archbishop of Paris. 12mo. (6-1/4" x 3-3/4"). Nineteenth-century three-quarter calf over marbled boards, rebacked, gilt title to spine, endpapers renewed. Spine ends and corners lightly bumped, small owner bookplate to front pastedown. Moderate toning, faint dampstaining to lower corner of text block, light foxing in a few places light soiling and edgewear to title page. $2,000. * A landmark in Curll's controversial and provocative publishing history, it was published shortly after the second edition of The Nun in Her Smock and the public warning to Curll that further publications of his deemed obscene or pornographic would be prosecuted under the libel laws. "Curll tried to weaken any sentiment there was against him by printing a public apology, together with a promise to leave … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd., ABAA ILAB [Clark, NJ, U.S.A.]
Check availability:
2019-06-25 17:19:53
CICERON Marcus Tullius
- Chez Jacques Estienne, A Paris 1726, In-12 (10,16,3cm), (4) LXI (1) 237pp. (8), relié. - Edition originale de l'édition et traduction de Villefore. Reliure en plein maroquin rouge à grains longs ca 1800. Dos lisse orné de 5 fleurons et de roulettes. Pièce de titre de maroquin rouge. Triple filet d'encadrement sur les plats. Frise intérieure. Tranches dorées. Légères traces de frottement. Le dernier feuillet contenant le privilège se trouve contrecollé sur le précédent, il est lisible en transparence et à l'envers. Très bel exemplaire, parfaitement établi. Longue préface de Villefore sur le sujet du livre, l'histoire de l'éloquence chez les Grecs et les Romains, sur Cicéron et la traduction. Les notes qui émaillent l'ouvrage sont également du traducteur. Sur la page de garde, 2 strophes en vers manuscrites sur l'éloquence. NB : Cet ouvrage est disponible à la librairie sur demande sous 48 heures. [AUTOMATIC ENGLISH TRANSLATION FOLLOWS] First edition of the edition and translation of Villefore. Binding full morocco red long grain ca 1800. Smooth back decorated with 5 florets and wheels. title label of red morocco. Triple framing net on the boards. Inland frieze. Golden slices. Slight traces of friction. Very nice copy, perfectly established. (4) LXI (1) 237pp. (8) [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet [Paris, France]
2019-06-19 03:22:37
Honoratus Tournely
Raymundi Mazieres. Original 1726 printing, in very good condition for its age, binding is still intact. One of the back endpapers is a replacement with same watermark pattern. All other known copies from the 1726 printing are in libraries. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: MichalskiBooks [Escondido, CA, U.S.A.]
2019-06-16 05:44:34
Van Den Bempden, Egidius; Josephus, FlaviusNatie, Joodsche; Basnage, Jacob
AMSTERDAM, 1726 Published by WEL EDELE GROOT Binding: HARD BACK TAN Size: 10.5X17.25 658 Pages Overall Condition is: GOOD The Well - Nobles , Great Agtbaaren and stern Lord Egidius van den Bempden , reigning Mayor of the City of Amsterdam , written in dutch, pages age toned, corners and edges bumped and chipping, spine chipping, black and white illustrations, previous owners signature on front end paper subtitle: bewindhebber der oostindische maatschappy directeur der societeit van suriname enx: enz: enz: wordt dit vervolg op flavius josephus of algemeene historie der joodsche natie beschreven door den heere jacob basnage met alle eerbied en hoogagting opgedragen en toegeeigent door zyn ( Commander of nasturtium Maatschappy director of societeit of Suriname enx : etc : etc : This sequel to Josephus or general history of jew cal nation is described by the lord jacob Basnage with all reverence and hoogagting told and illustrated by appropriates ZYN).
Bookseller: Princeton Antiques Bookshop (princetn) [Atlantic City, New Jersey, US]
2019-06-14 22:23:01
Roberts, George [Defoe, Daniel
1726. London: A. Bettesworth, at the Red Lyon, in Pater-Nofter-Row, and J. Osborn, at the Ship, at St. Saviour's Dock-Head, 1726. First Edition. Full leather. Octavo, [6], 458pp. Brown leather, contemporary leather spine, raised bands with title in gilt. Includes foldout map and 4 illustrated plates. Edges dyed red. Text clean, very occasional spotting. An exceptional copy of this scarce work. Near fine. Item #776 This work, written by Captain George Roberts, is often attributed to Daniel Defoe. In the "British Museum Catalogue," this work is attributed to Defoe. But multiple studies have questioned this opinion, notably the "Dictionary of National Biography," which notes that Defoe never mentions George Roberts in any of his works. National Biography also argues that "no reason can be alleged for doubting the existence of Roberts or the substantial truth of the narrative.". [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: The First Edition Rare Books (firsteditionrarebooks) [Cincinnati, Ohio, US]
2019-06-14 19:35:42
Alexander Gordon
London: The Author, 1726. ON OFFER FOR AUCTION I HAVE A BOOK TITLED: ITINERARIUM SEPTENTRIONALE OR A JOURNEY THRO MOLT OF THE COUNTIES OF SCOTLAND and thofe in the NORTH OF ENGLAND In Two Parts by Alexander Gordon. The book is printed for the Author, London MDCCXXVI (1726) 1st edition. EXAMPLE OF CONTENTS: PART ONE: Containing an ccount of all the MONUMENTS of ROMAN ANTIQUITT found on that journey PART TWO: An account of the Danish Invasions on SCOTLAND and the monuments erected there and with different Defeats of that People. The books cover is brown cloth boards with gold gilt title to the spine. The book has been rebound. The cover is in good clean condition. The hinges , inner boards and endpapers are good. Front endpaper has a white library sticker to it. There are no further stickers or stamps in the book. The book has 188 text pages with an index running after the pages. The pages are remarkably in good condition for the books age. There are a few pages with some pencil notes on the margin but thought best to leave them than rub them out as it maybe of use. The book is beautifully illustrated throughout with 66 pull out plates which can be seen in the pictures. Other than some light shelf ware the plates are actually in good condition. A very nice copy of this rare book on A Journey to Scotland from 1726. The binding is tight and square. The book is heavy so postage abroad will reflect this or buyers can arrange their on Courier but must be tracked and signed for. Thanks For Looking. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: 18 bunker books 18 (ban_yang) [Edinburgh, Midlothian, GB]
2019-06-12 09:16:06
Antonio José de Alvarez Abreu, Marqués de la REGAL
Madrid: Imprenta de Antonio Marin. Antique, authentic, original edition, see the photos, 1 edition , year 1726 very rare book. Antonio José de Alvarez Abreu, Marqués de la REGALIA. Victima real legal, discurso unico juridico-historico-politico, sobre que las vacantes mayores, y menores de las iglesias de las Indias Occidentales, pertenecen à la Corona de Castilla, y Leon, con pleno, y absoluto Dominio. Published by Madrid, Imprenta de Antonio Marin, 1726. Title in red and black within type metal border, sm folio, limp vellum (outer margin of title frayed; some staining in text) Madrid 1726 *** FIRST EDITION, defending the Spanish Crown's right to income from vacant positions in the churches of America. Alvarez Abreu (1688-1756), a member of the Consejo and Camara de Indias, Minister of the Juntas Generales de Tabaco, Comercio, & Moneda, Asiento de Negros, and one of the most learned jurisconsults of Spain, was rewarded for this work with a pension of a thousand ducats and the title of Marquis de la Regalía. The second edition appeared in Madrid, 1769.***.
Bookseller: forestequijo [Maracaibo, VE]
2019-06-12 09:13:53
1726. *** See My Other Listings This Week ! ****** HERE OFFERED FOR SALE by AUCTION WITH START PRICE : A VERY HANDSOME LARGE FULL DARK RED SMOOTH GILT CALF BIBLE !!!! 4 VOLUMES in 1. PRAYER BOOK / BIBLE / CONCORDANCE / PSALMS / All Complete. ORNATE GILT SPINE in COMPARTMENTS. GILT "OXFORD" LOZENGE to BOARDS. THE BINDING is FIRM and INTACT EXTERNALLY and INTERNALLY Boards a lightly surface discolored. Spine extrems and corners generally lightly rubbed. Pages all intact. COMPLETE. Light age toning. Good square page block. Gilt edges a bit tarnished. no inscriptions. Decorative main title page. NT title page dated 1726 by John Baskett. Incl. Apocrypha. BoCP title page is neatly trimmed and neatly mounted. SIZE : 10" x 7" x 3 1/2" (Large 4to.) WEIGHT is 3.5kg WHEN CAREFULLY PACKED. UK is £9.50 by UPS 24. US etc is £39.99 by FULLY TRACKED & INSURED 5 DAY AIRMAIL. OTHERS / OTHER RATES & SPEEDS PLEASE ASK. PLEASE NOTE THAT I NO LONGER SHIP to FORMER USSR, AFRICA or CHINA. <div style="text-align:center"><a style="text-decoration:none" href="http://mostpopular.sellathon.com/?id=AC1387968"><img src="http://www.sellathon.com/Resources/Images/countercredit.gi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: william_cairns_books [Lincoln, Lincolnshire, GB]
2019-06-11 07:56:02
Marquise de Sévigné
Rare. Bel exemplaire. Marquise de Sévigné (Marie de Rabutin-Chantal). Lettres (1726). Rare édition primitive. Contrefaçon de l'édition de Rouen parue la même années. Bel exemplaire. Marquise de Sévigné (Marie de Rabutin-Chantal). Lettres de Marie Rabutin-Chantal, Marquise de Sévigné, à Madame la Comtesse de Grignan sa fille. Tome premier et deuxième (complet). Sans nom, sans lieu (Rouen), 1726. 2 tomes reliés en 1 volumes in-12 (17 x 10 cm - Hauteur des marges : 162 mm), pages de titre imprimées en rouge et noir, vignette gravée sur bois sur les titres (différentes pour chaque titre) de 1 feuillet de titre, 271 pages (dont 14 pages de préface, ce premier tome contient 74 lettres de Mme de Sévigné, précédées de 4 lettres de M. de Coulanges) et 1 feuillet de titre, 220 pages pour le deuxième tome (contient les lettres 75 à 134, soit 60 lettres). Exemplaire grand de marges. Reliure plein veau brun, dos à nerfs orné aux petits fers dorés, pièce de titre de maroquin rouge (reliure strictement de l'époque). Exemplaire en belle condition. Coiffe supérieure arasée, mors partiellement fendillé sans gravité, quelques frottements et marques sans gravité, intérieur très frais, sans rousseurs. Contrefaçon rare de l'édition de Rouen en gros caractères parue la même année. On sait que la première édition des lettres de Mme de Sévigné date de 1725 et a été donnée subrepticement en une mince plaquette de 75 pages regroupant seulement quelques lettres pour la plupart incorrectement retranscrites et fragmentaires (31 fragments). Cette première édition rarissime et quasi mythique n'était connu … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: LIBRAIRIE ANCIENNE HUGONNARD-ROCHE (lamourquibouquine) [Alise Ste Reine, FR]
2019-06-09 00:44:25
Maria Sibylla Merian
The Hague, 1726. This exquisite hand-colored folio engraving is from Maria Sibylla Merian's "Dissertatio de generatione et metamorphosibus insectorum Surinamensium" commonly referred to as "Insects of Surinam". This is the first French edition and was published in The Hague by Pierre Gosse in 1726. --- Maria Sibylla Merian was a naturalist and artist. Her contributions to entomology were nevery truly acknowledged in her lifetime, but she is considered a groundbreaker in the fields of botany and zoology. She made detailed observations of live specimens, which was a departure from previous studies that used preserved specimens. She focused great detail on the processes of metamorphosis which had not been studied so comprehensively before her work. --- The engravings were done by J. Mulder, P. Sluyter and A. Stopendaal, all after Merian. The work is considered to be one of the most beautiful if not most famous illustrated natural history works of the 18th century. --- The work was the result of Merian's trip with her daughter Dorothea to Surinam in 1699. The pair studied and recorded plants and insects for two year under difficult conditions. They came back to Amsterdam with specimens and their work and produced this astounding work. --- 'Her portrayals of living insects and other animals were imbued with a charm, a minuteness of observation and an artistic sensibility that had not previously been seen in a natural history book'; if Gould and Audubon have 'a spiritual ancestor, then it is difficult to think of a more worthy claimant to the title than Maria Sibylle Merian' (op. … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2019-06-09 00:44:25
Maria Sibylla Merian
The Hague, 1726. This exquisite hand-colored folio engraving is from Maria Sibylla Merian's "Dissertatio de generatione et metamorphosibus insectorum Surinamensium" commonly referred to as "Insects of Surinam". This is the first French edition and was published in The Hague by Pierre Gosse in 1726. --- Maria Sibylla Merian was a naturalist and artist. Her contributions to entomology were nevery truly acknowledged in her lifetime, but she is considered a groundbreaker in the fields of botany and zoology. She made detailed observations of live specimens, which was a departure from previous studies that used preserved specimens. She focused great detail on the processes of metamorphosis which had not been studied so comprehensively before her work. --- The engravings were done by J. Mulder, P. Sluyter and A. Stopendaal, all after Merian. The work is considered to be one of the most beautiful if not most famous illustrated natural history works of the 18th century. --- The work was the result of Merian's trip with her daughter Dorothea to Surinam in 1699. The pair studied and recorded plants and insects for two year under difficult conditions. They came back to Amsterdam with specimens and their work and produced this astounding work. --- 'Her portrayals of living insects and other animals were imbued with a charm, a minuteness of observation and an artistic sensibility that had not previously been seen in a natural history book'; if Gould and Audubon have 'a spiritual ancestor, then it is difficult to think of a more worthy claimant to the title than Maria Sibylle Merian' (op. … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2019-06-09 00:44:24
Maria Sibylla Merian
The Hague, 1726. This exquisite hand-colored folio engraving is from Maria Sibylla Merian's "Dissertatio de generatione et metamorphosibus insectorum Surinamensium" commonly referred to as "Insects of Surinam". This is the first French edition and was published in The Hague by Pierre Gosse in 1726. --- Maria Sibylla Merian was a naturalist and artist. Her contributions to entomology were nevery truly acknowledged in her lifetime, but she is considered a groundbreaker in the fields of botany and zoology. She made detailed observations of live specimens, which was a departure from previous studies that used preserved specimens. She focused great detail on the processes of metamorphosis which had not been studied so comprehensively before her work. --- The engravings were done by J. Mulder, P. Sluyter and A. Stopendaal, all after Merian. The work is considered to be one of the most beautiful if not most famous illustrated natural history works of the 18th century. --- The work was the result of Merian's trip with her daughter Dorothea to Surinam in 1699. The pair studied and recorded plants and insects for two year under difficult conditions. They came back to Amsterdam with specimens and their work and produced this astounding work. --- 'Her portrayals of living insects and other animals were imbued with a charm, a minuteness of observation and an artistic sensibility that had not previously been seen in a natural history book'; if Gould and Audubon have 'a spiritual ancestor, then it is difficult to think of a more worthy claimant to the title than Maria Sibylle Merian' (op. … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2019-06-09 00:44:24
Maria Sibylla Merian
The Hague, 1726. This exquisite hand-colored folio engraving is from Maria Sibylla Merian's "Dissertatio de generatione et metamorphosibus insectorum Surinamensium" commonly referred to as "Insects of Surinam". This is the first French edition and was published in The Hague by Pierre Gosse in 1726. --- Maria Sibylla Merian was a naturalist and artist. Her contributions to entomology were nevery truly acknowledged in her lifetime, but she is considered a groundbreaker in the fields of botany and zoology. She made detailed observations of live specimens, which was a departure from previous studies that used preserved specimens. She focused great detail on the processes of metamorphosis which had not been studied so comprehensively before her work. --- The engravings were done by J. Mulder, P. Sluyter and A. Stopendaal, all after Merian. The work is considered to be one of the most beautiful if not most famous illustrated natural history works of the 18th century. --- The work was the result of Merian's trip with her daughter Dorothea to Surinam in 1699. The pair studied and recorded plants and insects for two year under difficult conditions. They came back to Amsterdam with specimens and their work and produced this astounding work. --- 'Her portrayals of living insects and other animals were imbued with a charm, a minuteness of observation and an artistic sensibility that had not previously been seen in a natural history book'; if Gould and Audubon have 'a spiritual ancestor, then it is difficult to think of a more worthy claimant to the title than Maria Sibylle Merian' (op. … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2019-06-08 21:46:23
SHAKESPEARE, WILLIAM. - [JENS BAGGESEN'S COPY]
1726. [Dublin, Printed by and for Geo. Grierson, in Essex-Street, and for George Ewing, in Dames-Street, 1726]. 8vo. Nice 19th century half calf with richly gilt spine. A bit of occasional brownspotting, but overall very nice. Half-title with three old owner's entries - that of Jens Baggesen (1802), another one dated 1860, and finally that of esteemed book collector Paul V. Rubow, statitng that this is Pope's edition. Another old owner's signature (Brammer) to title-page. 424, (48 - Index), (6 - table of editions of Shakespeare's Plays), (2 - advertisements) pp. - lacking the title-page for the volume, but with all half-titles for the separate plays present. Six large allegorical woodcut head-pieces, woodcut initials, and woodcut ornamentations. ¶ Volume 7 - containing Cymbeline, Romeo and Juliet, Hamlet, and Othello - of the extremely rare first Irish edition of Shakespeare's works, which appeared in 8 volumes in all, the 8th being a supplementary volume by Dr. Sewell. This 7th volume is arguably the most sought-after of the volumes, as it includes not only Hamlet, but also Romeo and Juliet as well as Othello and will thus also have been saleable and collectable on its own. This copy of vol. 7 was bought by the great Danish Golden Age author Jens Baggesen (1764-1626) on his travel to London in 1802 and bears his inscription "London, April 13th" and signature to the front free end-paper. "Jens Baggesen, in full Jens Immanuel Baggesen, leading Danish literary figure in the transitional period between Neoclassicism and Romanticism.In 1782 Baggesen went to Copenhagen to study … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Bookshop Herman H. J. Lynge & Søn [DK]
2019-06-08 20:54:02
1726. La plus rare des éditions anciennes des Lettres de la marquise de Sévigné (La Haye, Neaulme et Gosse, 1726). Bel exemplaire en condition d'époque. Rarissime. MARQUISE DE SÉVIGNÉ (MARIE DE RABUTIN-CHANTAL) LETTRES DE MADAME RABUTIN-CHANTAL, MARQUISE DE SÉVIGNÉ, à Madame la comtesse de Grignan, sa fille. Tome premier et deuxième (complet). A La Haye, chez P. Gosse, J. Neaulme & comp., 1726. 2 volumes in-12 (17 x 11 cm) de (18/20)-344-(1) et (2)-298-(13) pages. Titres imprimés en rouge et noir. 2 feuillets manquant entre l'avertissement et la préface (manque la fin de l'avertissement et le début de la préface). Reliure plein veau brun de l'époque, dos à nerfs orné aux petits fers, pièce de titre. Premières gardes renouvelées. Notre exemplaire a été relié à l'époque sans deux feuillets au début du volume faisant partie de l'avertissement et de la préface. Aucune de trace d'arrachage. Quelques traces et usures à la reliure sans gravité, légère usure à l'extrémité de la coiffe supérieure, coins frottés. La page de titre du tome 1 présente des écritures anciennes à l'encre (ex libris), une tache d'encre au bas, ainsi que quelques traits de plume au verso. Quelques rares et légères salissures à l'intérieur du volume. Exemplaire néanmoins très frais. IMPORTANTE ÉDITION EN PARTIE ORIGINALE. TRÈS RARE ÉDITION HOLLANDAISE PARUE LA MÊME ANNÉE QUE L'ÉDITION ORIGINALE EN GROS CARACTÈRE PUBLIÉE A ROUEN, MAIS CONTENANT 43 LETTRES OU FRAGMENTS DE LETTRES DE PLUS. EXEMPLAIRE INCOMPLET DE 2 FEUILLETS DANS LES PIÈCES LIMINAIRES (voir descriptif). Cette édition, postérieure de quelques sem … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: LIBRAIRIE ANCIENNE HUGONNARD-ROCHE (lamourquibouquine) [Alise Ste Reine, FR]
2019-06-08 09:40:59
TERENTIUS AFER Publius (TERENZIO)
Hagae-Comitum,: apud Petrum Gosse, 1726. Hagae-Comitum, apud Petrum Gosse, 1726. In-4 p. (mm. 285x212), 2 volumi in 3 tomi, bella legatura inglese alle armi con pregevoli cornici dorate ai piatti e stemma impresso al centro con il motto “Tuto et celebiter”, dorso a cordoni (spacchi alle cerniere di un vol.) con decorazione floreale e tit. oro, tagli dorati, dentelles in oro ai risg. Il 1° vol., in due tomi, di pp. (12),LXXXIX,(5),636; 1240 (numeraz. continua), inclusa la bella antiporta figurata e con il ritratto di Terenzio, inc. in rame; il 2°, di pp. (4),244,(380, di copiosissimi Indici), inclusa la stessa bella antiporta figurata. Nell'opera, introdotta da una Vita dell'Autore di Elio Donato, “ad fidem duodecim amplius Mss.torum Codicum, et pluscularum optimae notae editionum recensitae, et Commentario perpetuo illustratae. Accedunt interpretes vetustiores, Aelius Donatus, Eugraphius, Calphurnius, .. additis Observationibus, quibus loca obscuriora et depravata vel tentantur, vel restituuntur, Porro Frid. Lindenbruchii Observationes in P. Terentii Fabulas, et Ael. Donati Commentarium, emendatius quam in superioribus Editionibus exhibentur..”. Vi sono contenute tutte le sei commedie scritte dal poeta comico romano Terenzio: “Andria - Eunuchus - Heautontimorumenos - Adelphi - Hecyra - Phormio”. Cfr. Brunet,V,717: “Edition fort recherchée à cause des commentaires et du bon index qu'elle renferme”. Antiche postille a penna ai risg.; nel secondo vol. lievi uniformi arross.; nei restanti qualche lieve fiorit. ma certamente un buon esemplare marginoso su carta distinta.
Bookseller: Libreria Malavasi sas [Italy]
Check availability:
2019-06-07 17:35:19
1726. Antique print, titled: 'Kaart van de Zuyd-Ooster Eylanden van Banda.' - Map of the southeastern part of the Banda islands. Copperplate engraving / etching on hand laid paper. Description: "Oud en Nieuw Oost-Indiën" by François Valentyn, published 1726Artists and Engravers: Made by an anonymous engraver after 'Francois Valentijn'. François Valentijn (1666-1727), was a Dutch missionary, worked at Amboina from 1684 to 1694 and 1705 to 1713 and traveled extensively in the VOC's lands. Condition: Good, given age. A few spots and faint soiling. A small tear in the lower left margin corner. Original folds as issued. General age-related toning and/or occasional minor defects from handling. Please study scan carefully. Storage location: BG-B5-38 The overall size is ca. 23 x 18.5 inch. The image size is ca. 21.9 x 17.6 inch. The overall size is ca. 58.5 x 47 cm. The image size is ca. 55.5 x 44.8 cm.
Bookseller: ThePrintsCollector [Zeeland, Netherlands]
2019-06-05 20:56:08
Friedel, David
Leipzig und Rostock, George Ludwig Fritsch, 1726. Condition: Gut. Gutes festes Exemplar, lediglich der hintere Buchdeckel an einem Eck gestaucht und berieben. Mit handschriftlichem datierten Besitzvermerk von alter Hand. Einband minimal unfrisch. Titel in Rot und Schwarz. Umfangreiches Handbuch. Aus dem Inhalt: "Vom Haupt-Wehe", "Von Schwachheit des Gedächtnisses", "Von dem Schlag", "Vom Ohren-Klingen und Sausen", "Von dem Zahn-Wurm", "Von der Mattigkeit des Herzens", "Von der übermäßigen Geilheit", "Von der Pest", "Von dem Krebs", "Von den Gifften aus dem Mineralischen Reich". Artikeldetails Expediter und bewährter Medicus, welcher wieder alle, sowohl inn- als äusserliche Kranckheiten, Schäden, und Gebrechen des Menschlichen Leibes, genugsame und bewährte Artzney-Mittel besitzet und . vernünfftig anwendet, auch über dieses seinem Nächsten in ziemlicher Anzahl communiciret....... Friedel, David, Leipzig und Rostock, George Ludwig Fritsch, 1726. Mit gestochenem Porträt-Frontispiz von Doctor Friedelin, 8°, heller Pergamentband der Zeit, 6 Bl., 970 Seiten, Sprache: Deutsch Bestell-Nr: 48167 Bemerkungen: Gutes festes Exemplar, lediglich der hintere Buchdeckel an einem Eck gestaucht und berieben. Mit handschriftlichem datierten Besitzvermerk von alter Hand. Einband minimal unfrisch. Titel in Rot und Schwarz. Umfangreiches Handbuch. Aus dem Inhalt: "Vom Haupt-Wehe", "Von Schwachheit des Gedächtnisses", "Von dem Schlag", "Vom Ohren-Klingen und Sausen", "Von dem Zahn-Wurm", "Von der Mattigkeit des Herzens", "Von der übermäßigen Geilheit", "Von der Pest", "Von dem Krebs", "Von den … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: baldreit [Baden-Baden, DE]
2019-06-02 20:22:35
URKUNDEN: LEHRBRIEF der FLEISCHER:
Tinte ( Feder ), 1726, 35 x 56,5 Lehrbrief für Johann Andreas Wall aus Wernigerode. Die Kopfzeile mit kalligraphisch reich verzierter Initiale "W". 18 - zeiliges Dokument der Knochenhauer Gilde zu Wernigerode. Die Kopfzeile filigran gestaltet und mit roten und schwarzen Sternchen geschmückt. Am linken Rand eine Tulpe, rechts Ornamentik. Oben Mitte zwei Stempel mit Wappen. Der Innenbereich des Dokuments nachgedunkelt durch die Faltung. Unten Mitte Einschnitte für das Siegel, verso mit Ornament. Unten rechts auch namentlich der "Scriptor und Kalligraphicus" dokumentiert. Dat. 1726.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Nikolaus Struck [Berlin, B, Germany]
2019-06-02 11:55:37
Josephus Flavius.
Amsterdam, Wetstein, Leiden, Luchtmans und Utrecht, Broedelet, 1726. 4 Bl., 28 (recte 24) S., 14 Bl., 982 S.; 1 Bl., 520, 481 S., 31 Bl. Mit gestochenem Titel, 2 Kupfertafeln, gefalteter Stammtafel und 4 Textkupfern. Fol. (ca. 40 x 26 cm). Leder der Zeit auf Holzdeckeln mit Rückenschild und Vergoldung. Monumentale griechisch-lateinische Parallelausgabe der Werke des jüdisch-römischen Historikers (37/38- nach 100). - "Édition la plus complète et la plus recherchée, bien que l'impression n'en soit pas fort correcte" (Brunet). "Wegen ihrer reichen exeget. Ausstattung sehr gesucht u. der vorig. [Oxford 1720] vorgezogen" (Ebert). - Teils etwas gebräunt und stellenweise leicht fleckig, einige saubere Marginalien und Anstreichungen von alter Hand. Die massiven Einbände ohne die Schließen und stärker berieben, die Kapitale leicht lädiert, die Vergoldung meist oxidiert. Eindrucksvolle Folianten. *Brunet III, 569. Ebert 10901. Graesse III, 480. Schweiger I, 177. [5 Warenabbildungen bei antiquariat.de]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Christian Strobel (VDA/ILAB) [Irsee, Germany]
2019-06-02 07:22:22
1726. A GENERAL TREATISE OF HUSBANDRY AND GARDENING By Richard Bradley, Professor of Botany in the University of Cambridge. Printed for T. Woodward, London 1726. Later hard cover bindings are in very good condition. Vol. I with 427 pages, 5 page book catalog and 7 engravings including 2 foldouts. Vol. II with 479 pages and 10 engravings including 5 foldouts. Texts have some yellowing , else tight and in good condition. All plates are clean and free of any foxing or yellowing. A solid set. Scarce.
Bookseller: mybooks (nibahs) [Fort Lauderdale, Florida, US]
2019-06-02 00:11:36
1726. You are bidding on Reliquiae Baxterianae sive Willielmi Baxteri Opera Posthuma Praemittitur Eruditi Autoris Vitae a Seipso Conscriptae Fragmentum printed 1726 by G Bowyer, London. Full-Leather. Condition: Very Good. Londini: G Bowyer, 1726 [1726]. 8vo, [vi], xiv, 415 p. Lacking frontis portrait. First edition of this brief glossary, comprising the letter 'A' only (all published), intended as a companion volume to Baxter's Dictionary of the Roman Antiquities (1719). Original calf, front joint repaired, chipping to leather along front spine joint and corners but binding solid. Previous owner's name and pencil annotations on fep; on the title page in the same hand is written 'This also is more a fragment of a glossary'. Inscription to lower outer margin of first page of Autoris Vitae, light soiling and spotting internally but a sound copy of a scarce item. OCLC locates 10 copies. Please email any questions and thanks for looking!
Bookseller: perch-prism books (perch-prism) [Hudson, Massachusetts, US]
2019-05-31 18:11:48
A.P. (Anthony Parkinson)
Thomas Smith, London. Collectanea Anglo-Minoritica Gray Friers Anthony Parkinson 1726 1., Richard III Das Datenblatt dieses Produkts wurde ursprünglich auf Englisch verfasst. Unten finden Sie eine automatische Übersetzung ins Deutsche. Sollten Sie irgendwelche Fragen haben, kontaktieren Sie uns. Collectanea Anglo-Minoritica oder Eine Sammlung der Altertümer der englischen Franziskaner oder Friers Minors, gemeinhin als Grey Friers bezeichnet. In zwei Teilen. Mit einem Anhang über die englischen Nonnen des Ordens der Heiligen Klara. Zusammengestellt und gesammelt von AP (Anthony Parkinson).Gedruckt von Thomas Smith, Bloomsbury, London, 1726. Eine sehr seltene Ausgabe der Erstausgabe dieses Buches von 1726. Vielleicht gerade zur rechten Zeit, als die Grauen Brüder kürzlich in den Nachrichten viel Aufmerksamkeit erregt haben, als sie den begrabenen Leichnam von Richard dem Dritten entdeckten. Dieses Buch enthält Verweise auf Richard den Dritten ... in den Einträgen für 1485 bezieht sich das Buch auf: "... König Richard der Dritte (oder besser gesagt der Herzog von Glocester), der durch eine königliche Blutflut auf den Thron von England gewatet war, wurde dieses Jahr am 22. August in Bosworth - Fight in London getötet Leicestershire und entführte das Schlachtfeld auf eine unrühmliche und unanständige Weise nach Leicestershire, von wo aus er aber am Vortag mit größter Pracht und Pracht kam und dort war unehrenhaft in der Church of the Grey Friers begraben, nachdem er die Krone für zwei Jahre und zwei Monate an sich gerissen hatte ... " Dieses Buch wurde mit einem guten Zustand zu … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Farang Shop UK (farangshop) [Perth, Perthshire, Scotland, GB]
2019-05-29 05:22:44
Matthews John
Printed by W. Strahan, and M. Woodfall . . . For W. Owen [etc.], London, 1726. Modern brown morocco bound with clasps, the top of the title repaired (effacing "An"), a bit of foxing, with the three folding plates; the Taussig copy The rare abstract of the pathbreaking 1774 act, "the first major fire safety act passed by Parliament" and the first to deal with human life and escape as well as building safety, establishing many principles of modern fire safety; no copy in ESTC
Bookseller: Meyer Boswell Books, Inc., member ABAA [San Francisco, CA, U.S.A.]
2019-05-27 05:44:16
SWIFT, Jonathan
London: Benj. Motte, 1726. Two volumes, 8vo (120 x 91 mm). Engraved portrait of Gulliver (Teerink state 2a as usual), 5 engraved maps & one engraved plate of the automatic writing machine. [xii], 148, [vi], 164; [vi], 154, [viii], 199 pages. 20th-century mottled calf by Riviere, gilt-ruled on sides, spines gilt, red morocco lettering-pieces, edges stained yellow; cloth slipcase. Discreet repairs to joints, generally a fine, bright copy. Item #404929 Teerink's "B" edition (i.e. the third octavo edition), with the frontispiece portrait in the first volume in the second state. The first three editions of Gulliver's Travels were all published by Benjamin Motte in octavo format and dated 1726 without edition statement except in the second volume of the B edition, which stated "Second edition." The three were considered different issues until Lucius L. Hubbard and Harold Williams showed conclusively in 1926 that they were different editions. They appeared in quick succession, a testiment to the book's immediate popularity: the 'A' edition appeared on 28 October 1726, the 'AA" edition in mid-November, and this 'B' edition, which was set up from the AA edition, was published in December. PMM 185; Rothschild 2104; Teerink 290. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: hudsonriverbooks [Hastings-on-Hudson, New York, US]
2019-05-25 17:46:49
SAUGRAIN (Claude-Marin);
A Paris chez Saugrain Père, la Veuve J. Saugrain, Pierre Prault 1726 3 vol. in-folio à 2 colonnes de (8)-LII pp. 1303 colonnes ; (4) pp. 1432 colonnes ; (4) pp. 1413 colonnes (1) p., veau brun, dos orné à nerfs, pièces de titre en maroquin rouge (reliure de l'époque). Edition définitive, rare, de ce recensement approximatif établi par Claude-Marin Saugrain (1679-1750), libraire-écrivain à Paris, descendant d'une importante lignée de libraires, syndic de cette corporation, qui rédigea et édita de nombreux ouvrages d'érudition. Dans une note de l'Avertissement, Saugrain justifie le nouveau classement des villes et villages par ordre alphabétique : Quelqu'estime qu'elle ait fait de notre Dénombrement de la France, dont elle a en assez peu de tems épuisé deux Éditions, l'une in-douze, & l'autre in-qurto, on nous marquoit pourtant de toutes parts que la division du Royaume par Généralitez, & par Elections ou Recettes, que nous y avions suivie, étoit peu commode, à cause que l'on y trouve pas assez facilement les lieux qu'on cherche. Tome I : Avertissement, Introduction. A-F . Tome II : G-R. Tome III : S-Z, Comtat Venaissin, Principauté de Dombes, Duchés de Lorraine et de Bar, Nouvelle France, isles et autres colonies françoises. Additions. D'après la France littéraire de Quérard et le Dictionnaire des anonymes de Barbier, cet ouvrage a été composé par Claude-Marin Saugrain et dirigé par l'abbé Claude Du Moulinet des Thuilleries, auteur de l'Introduction. Très bon exemplaire.
Bookseller: Bonnefoi Livres Anciens [France, Paris]
2019-05-23 13:55:30
Marquise de Sévigné
Rare. Bel exemplaire. Marquise de Sévigné (Marie de Rabutin-Chantal). Lettres (1726). Rare édition primitive. Contrefaçon de l'édition de Rouen parue la même années. Bel exemplaire. Marquise de Sévigné (Marie de Rabutin-Chantal). Lettres de Marie Rabutin-Chantal, Marquise de Sévigné, à Madame la Comtesse de Grignan sa fille. Tome premier et deuxième (complet). Sans nom, sans lieu (Rouen), 1726. 2 tomes reliés en 1 volumes in-12 (17 x 10 cm - Hauteur des marges : 162 mm), pages de titre imprimées en rouge et noir, vignette gravée sur bois sur les titres (différentes pour chaque titre) de 1 feuillet de titre, 271 pages (dont 14 pages de préface, ce premier tome contient 74 lettres de Mme de Sévigné, précédées de 4 lettres de M. de Coulanges) et 1 feuillet de titre, 220 pages pour le deuxième tome (contient les lettres 75 à 134, soit 60 lettres). Exemplaire grand de marges. Reliure plein veau brun, dos à nerfs orné aux petits fers dorés, pièce de titre de maroquin rouge (reliure strictement de l'époque). Exemplaire en belle condition. Coiffe supérieure arasée, mors partiellement fendillé sans gravité, quelques frottements et marques sans gravité, intérieur très frais, sans rousseurs. Contrefaçon rare de l'édition de Rouen en gros caractères parue la même année. On sait que la première édition des lettres de Mme de Sévigné date de 1725 et a été donnée subrepticement en une mince plaquette de 75 pages regroupant seulement quelques lettres pour la plupart incorrectement retranscrites et fragmentaires (31 fragments). Cette première édition rarissime et quasi mythique n'était connu … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: LIBRAIRIE ANCIENNE HUGONNARD-ROCHE (lamourquibouquine) [Alise Ste Reine, FR]
2019-05-23 04:12:29
Heimreich, Ernst Friedrich Justus and the like. (Hrsg.)
Nuremberg, Wolfg. Moritz Endter, 1726. Fränckische Acta Erudita et Curiosa. Die Geschichte Der Scholar in Francken, A The description of this item has been automatically translated. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us. Product Details Fränckische Acta erudita et curiosa. The history of the scholars in Francken, including other curiosa and mercy in this Creyess. 1st-24th Collection (= everything) in 2 volumes. Heimreich, Ernst Friedrich Justus and others (ed.): Nuremberg, Wolfg. Moritz Endter, 1726-1732. (12), 927, (51); (2), 1088 pages, 24 portrait copper and 12 (partly folded and two loose enclosed) tables. 17 x 10 cm. Half-parchment volumes of the time with back inscription from old hand. Language: German Order No: 139896 Remarks: * The magazine "Fränckische Acta" was first published by Ernst Friedrich Justus Heimreich, later by Jakob Wilhelm Feuerlein. The focus is on the learned franc, but the texts include southern Germany. - The portraits of Baroque scholars include engraved by Delsenbach. Key words: [Ecka-Kom]EUR 792,50 (Incl. 7,00 % VAT.) Free shipping within Germany More Pics Taken with whBOOK This Product was added to the w + h GmbH eBay service Data and images powered by Book friend (2019-03-23) Genre Orts- & Landeskunde Autor Heimreich, Ernst Friedrich Justus u.a. (Hrsg.) Erscheinungsjahr 1726-1732 Thema Bayern Verlag Nürnberg, Wolfg. Moritz Endter.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Braun (bbraun_de) [Gengenbach, DE]
2019-05-22 06:37:23
1726. La plus rare des éditions anciennes des Lettres de la marquise de Sévigné (La Haye, Neaulme et Gosse, 1726). Bel exemplaire en condition d'époque. Rarissime. MARQUISE DE SÉVIGNÉ (MARIE DE RABUTIN-CHANTAL) LETTRES DE MADAME RABUTIN-CHANTAL, MARQUISE DE SÉVIGNÉ, à Madame la comtesse de Grignan, sa fille. Tome premier et deuxième (complet). A La Haye, chez P. Gosse, J. Neaulme & comp., 1726. 2 volumes in-12 (17 x 11 cm) de (18/20)-344-(1) et (2)-298-(13) pages. Titres imprimés en rouge et noir. 2 feuillets manquant entre l'avertissement et la préface (manque la fin de l'avertissement et le début de la préface). Reliure plein veau brun de l'époque, dos à nerfs orné aux petits fers, pièce de titre. Premières gardes renouvelées. Notre exemplaire a été relié à l'époque sans deux feuillets au début du volume faisant partie de l'avertissement et de la préface. Aucune de trace d'arrachage. Quelques traces et usures à la reliure sans gravité, légère usure à l'extrémité de la coiffe supérieure, coins frottés. La page de titre du tome 1 présente des écritures anciennes à l'encre (ex libris), une tache d'encre au bas, ainsi que quelques traits de plume au verso. Quelques rares et légères salissures à l'intérieur du volume. Exemplaire néanmoins très frais. IMPORTANTE ÉDITION EN PARTIE ORIGINALE. TRÈS RARE ÉDITION HOLLANDAISE PARUE LA MÊME ANNÉE QUE L'ÉDITION ORIGINALE EN GROS CARACTÈRE PUBLIÉE A ROUEN, MAIS CONTENANT 43 LETTRES OU FRAGMENTS DE LETTRES DE PLUS. EXEMPLAIRE INCOMPLET DE 2 FEUILLETS DANS LES PIÈCES LIMINAIRES (voir descriptif). Cette édition, postérieure de quelques sem … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: LIBRAIRIE ANCIENNE HUGONNARD-ROCHE (lamourquibouquine) [Alise Ste Reine, FR]
2019-05-21 17:12:30
Heimreich, Ernst Friedrich Justus u.a. (Éditeur)
Nürnberg, Wolfg. Moritz Endter, 1726. Fränckische Acta Erudita et Curiosa. histoire de L'Chercheurs en Francken, A Cette fiche produit a été automatiquement traduite. Si vous avez des questions, n'hésitez pas à nous contacter. Détails sur le produit Fränckische Acta erudita et curiosa. L'histoire des érudits de Francken, y compris d'autres curiosités et miséricorde dans cette Creyess. 1ère-24ème Collection (= tout) en 2 volumes. Heimreich, Ernst Friedrich Justus et autres (éd.): Nuremberg, Wolfg. Moritz Endter, 1726-1732. (12), 927, (51); (2), 1088 pages, 24 tableaux en cuivre et 12 tableaux (partiellement pliés et deux fermés). 17 x 10 cm. Demi-parchemins de l'époque avec inscription au dos d'une main ancienne. Langue: allemand Commande n °: 139896 Remarques: * Le magazine "Fränckische Acta" a été publié pour la première fois par Ernst Friedrich Justus Heimreich, puis par Jakob Wilhelm Feuerlein. L'accent est mis sur le franc appris, mais les textes incluent le sud de l'Allemagne. - Les portraits des érudits baroques incluent gravés par Delsenbach. Mots-clés: [Ecka-Kom]792,50 EUR (Incl. 7,00 % de TVA.) LIVRAISON GRATUITE en Allemagne Plus de Photos Pris avec whBOOK Ce produit de la w + h GmbH Service eBay Les données et les images powered by ami du livre (23/03/2019) Genre Orts- & Landeskunde Autor Heimreich, Ernst Friedrich Justus u.a. (Hrsg.) Erscheinungsjahr 1726-1732 Thema Bayern Verlag Nürnberg, Wolfg. Moritz Endter.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Braun (bbraun_de) [Gengenbach, DE]
2019-05-20 15:55:24
Haug
1726. vollständige erste Ausgabe in acht Bänden
Bookseller: habb [Germany]
2019-05-18 14:14:36
MARTIN DU CYGNE
1726. TRES BEL EXEMPLAIRE DES DEUX OEUVRES DE MARTIN DU CYGNE EN PEAU DE TRUIE ESTAMPEE SUR AIS ET FERMOIRS LAITON. POUR TOUS RENSEIGNEMENTS VOUS POUVEZ JOINDRE LE LIBRAIRE PROFESSIONNEL DONT LES REFERENCES SONT SOUS L'ANNONCE... Très belle reliure en peau de truie estampée sur Ais à Fermoirs en laiton. ARS CICERONIANA SIVE ANALYSIS RHETHORICA OMNIUM ORATIONUM M. T. CICERONIS Précédé D'ARS RHETORICA S.d. COLONIAE AGRIPPINAE pour le premier volume et 1726, COLONIAE AGRIPPÏNAE Apud Henricum ROMMERSKIRCHEN pour le second volume. par MARTIN DU CYGNE - In-8 en peau de truie monté sur ais et richement décorés de motifs d'enluminure estampés à froid, dos à cinq nerfs et bien complet de ses deux fermoirs en laiton. Toutes tranches vert bronze. Note d'intitulé manuscrite à l'encre en haut du dos. Tâche d'encre. - Complet des 2 volumes reliés en un, garde, p. de titre, 140 p., 2 ff. ; Seconde page de titre 382 pages et 22 ff. pour l'index. Le 18-oct.-15 à 18:02:26 Paris, le vendeur a ajouté les informations suivantes : Track Page Views With Auctiva's FREE Counter.
Bookseller: brocnetlivre (bernlecture) [Blet, FR]
2019-05-17 11:46:02
The history And Antiquities Of Canterbury Church, Dart, 1726, Rare, Large Book. With 40 plates, new leather spine at some point, a worm hole on the back few pages - but doesn't effect text/plates - see photo.
Bookseller: carpstalker [SALTASH, Cornwall, GB]
2019-05-15 12:58:15
GALLIFFET, Joseph de
Romae: Apud Joannem Mariam Salvioni, 1726. 1726 Devotion of Sacred Heart of Jesus Jesuit Joseph Gallifet Catholic DoctrineJoseph de Gallifet was a French Jesuit priest during the first part of the 18th-century. He is most remembered for his promotion and support for the Sacred Heart of Jesus devotion - a devotion that is still widely practiced by Catholics. And while the feast for the Sacred Heart was not recognized until decades after Gallifet's death, his book 'Ce Cultu Sacrosancti Cordis' was written with the sole intention of fostering a culture which embraced the Sacred Heart Devotion.This 1726 edition of 'Sacred Heart' is an important printing in that it features the classic full-page engravings of the anatomically correct human heart - one with the cross and crown of thorns and the other without.Item number: #6873 Price: $599GALLIFFET, Joseph deDe cultu sacrosancti cordis Dei ac Domini nostri Jesu Christi in variis christiani orbis provinciis iam propagatoRomae : Apud Joannem Mariam Salvioni, MDCCXXVI. [1726]Details: · Collation: Complete with all pageso [28], 181, [3], xx, 192o Signatures: a-b⁴, c⁶; A-Z⁴, Z*, Z**⁴, Z***², Aa-Aaa⁴· Language: Latin· Binding: Vellum; tight & secure· Size: ~9.25in X 7in (23.5cm x 18cm)Our Guarantee:Very Fast. Very Safe. Free Shipping Worldwide.Customer satisfaction is our priority! Notify us with 7 days of receiving, and we will offer a full refund without reservation!6873Photos available upon request.
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian [Columbia, MO, U.S.A.]
2019-05-15 07:21:23
Dal Re Marcantonio inc. & Riccardi J.B. del.
Robecco sul Naviglio, 1726. Grande ed importante veduta panoramica a volo d'uccello della Villa di Robecco.L'incisione, stampata su tre fogli, è stata applicata su telaio telato ed incorniciata con bellissima cornice coeva di cm 94x153 con asta di cm 9. La stampa, inserita nell'opera "Ville di delizia, o siano Palagi camparecci nello Stato di Milano, divise in sei tomi, con espressevi le piante, e diverse vedute delle medesime. Incise e stampate in rame da Marc-Antonio Dal Rè bolognese", Marcantonio Dal Re, Milano 1726, presenta diversi antichi restauri mm 605x1264
Bookseller: Sergio Trippini [Gavirate, Italy]
2019-05-15 07:21:23
Dal Re Marcantonio inc. & Riccardi J.B. del.
Belgioioso PV, 1726. Grande ed importante veduta panoramica a volo d'uccello della Villa di Belgioioso.L'incisione, stampata su tre fogli, è stata applicata su telaio telato ed incorniciata con bellissima cornice coeva di cm 94x153 con asta di cm 9. La stampa, inserita nell'opera "Ville di delizia, o siano Palagi camparecci nello Stato di Milano, divise in sei tomi, con espressevi le piante, e diverse vedute delle medesime. Incise e stampate in rame da Marc-Antonio Dal Rè bolognese", Marcantonio Dal Re, Milano 1726, presenta diversi antichi restauri mm 608x1258
Bookseller: Sergio Trippini [Gavirate, Italy]
2019-05-14 21:55:19
NEWTON, Isaac.
London: William & John Innys, printers to the Royal Society, 1726. Quarto (241 x 191 mm). Contemporary calf, rebacked preserving original spine with new label to style. Housed in a custom grey card slipcase. Bound with the half-title; without the imprimatur or terminal advertisement leaves. With the 19th-century bookplates of J. Balmanno of Glasgow to the front pastedown and of William James Fleming to the front free endpaper; two catalogue descriptions for different copies of the book (1977, unspecified, and 1982, Blackwells) taped to the front pastedown. Expertly refurbished with discreet restoration to extremities and calf; light stain at head of gutter of first 17 leaves, else contents clean and crisp. A very good copy. With engraved frontispiece portrait. Engraved illustration by John Senex on p. 506 and woodcut diagrams within the text. Third edition, containing the definitive text, edited by Henry Pemberton and by Newton himself, in the form that Newton himself approved. This edition contains a new preface by Newton, together with extensive alterations (the most notable being to the scholium on fluxions) and additions such as a new section on the motion of the moon's nodes. This copy is one of 1,000 copies on ordinary paper: there were a further 200 large paper copies and 50 largest paper copies on thick paper. Babson 13; ESTC T98375; Gjertson, Newton Companion, 476; Wallis II.9.
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA/ ILAB. [London, United Kingdom]
2019-05-12 06:00:17
Swift, Jonathan
London: Printed for Benj. Motte, 1726. Teerink AA; Teerink B. 4 parts in 2 vols., frontispiece portrait in second state. A mixed set, the first volume conforming to Teerink's AA (second) edition and the second volume from the B (third) edition. pp. xii, 148; [6], 164; [vi], 154, [8], [155]-353, [1], 8vo, [bound with, following the relevant part:] [Corolini di Marco (pseud)] The Flying Island, &c. Being a Key to Gulliver's Voyage . In a Third Letter to Dean Swift, 1726, pp. 32. [and:] [Corolini di Marco (pseud)] The Kingdom of Horses. Being a Key . In a Fourth Letter to Dean Swift, 1726, pp. 28. Bound in contemporary paneled calf, sympathetically rebacked with new spine and end-papers. Contemporary signature penned several times on blank recto of frontis. Browning and foxing to contents of Volume I; patches of wear to rear cover and faded dampstaining to pages of Volume II. The first three editions were once considered to be different issues of a single first edition. Later bibliographical analysis demonstrated that they were separate editions, but Teerink, acknowledging the work done to identify them, still thought it 'advisable to stick to the well established practice of calling the three 1726 editions first', partly since both the printer and the author thought of them that way. The 'Keys' were 4 in number, one for each part, issued separately and at length collectively, the practice of binding them up with the text beginning with the B edition. Very Good.
Bookseller: Burnside Rare Books [United States]
______________________________________________________________________________


      Home     Wants Manager     Library Search     564 Years   Links     Contact      Search Help      Terms of Service      Privacy     


Copyright © 2020 viaLibri™ Limited. All rights reserved.